This composite idea was conceived after going on a Disney Cruise with my children. We spent an afternoon swimming with dolphins, and my children had an absolute blast. Here, Sloane is holding-out fish for the dolphin, while her brothers are riding on its back.
At the time of this composite, my three sons were taking a class on chess as an afternoon activity. We came up with this idea as a gift for their teacher.
At the time of this composite, my daughter had just gotten a new bicycle for her birthday. I had recently seen a photograph of the Honk Kong skyline, and the Observation Wheel reminded me of a bicycle wheel. So we came up with the idea of a “giant” version of her on a bicycle with the Observation Wheel as the bike’s back wheel.
While on a photo shoot in East Atlanta, I saw a cool wall of graffiti on the side of a building. I got my camera as close to the ground as possible and took a photo of it from the sidewalk. A few days later, Hunter had a buddy over to play, and we threw this one together to make it look like they were playing a joke on me….reaching for a money clip that they would pull away from me at the last minute.
At the time of this composite, all three of my sons were infatuated with tigers. We came up with this idea as if they had all had the same dream about running into a giant tiger in the woods.
At the time of this composite, my son and I were reading the first Percy Jackson book by Rick Riordan. He wanted to have a special power, so I gave him a set of wings so that he could fly.
My first “self composite.” I’m ice fishing and instead of catching a fish, I landed a can of sardines!
I came up with this idea just before the Army/Navy game in December. My kids were all about nerf guns at the time, so I created this as though they were ready for an all-out nerf war.
I wanted to create something that included my twin boys’ favorite stuffed animals. The idea here is that a villain had stolen their stuffed animals and put them on a railroad track to face their demise. Luckily, the boys found them in the nick of time!
Can you imagine playing with your toy airplane when all of a sudden the real life one flies over your head?!
My oldest son became infatuated with the Polaris Slingshot after seeing one while visiting his grandparents in Rome, GA. So I came up with this idea as if he and his siblings had taken one for a spin without permission.
Santa brought my daughter an electric scooter for Christmas, and we came up with this idea as if she was being chased by the police for speeding.
My son had a friend over to play one day, and they were watching YouTube videos about polar bears. So I came up with this idea as if they were exploring the Arctic on the back of a polar bear.
My daughter has always enjoyed origami, so I came up with this idea to incorporate her and an origami boat that she made.
My son has always been intrigued by spiders, so I came up with this idea as if he is trying to capture Maman, the steel spider sculpture (by Louise Bourgeois) outside the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.
I’ve always thought that the Sands Hotel in Marina Bay in Singapore looked like a surfboard. So I came up with this composite as if my son was surfing on top of the hotel.
I’m not exactly sure where the inspiration came from for this composite. All I know is that my kids are riding a tortoise and rhino and are heading off to a battle.
As much as my kids love the water, they all have some strange fear of oceans and lakes. They are constantly worried about a fish or something biting them underwater. The giant fish obviously isn’t under water, but I think it’s pretty clear that they are scared of it…I would be, too!
All four of my children play basketball, but my oldest son enjoys it the most. This is a composite to make it look like he’s standing on a basketball court inside a huge arena.